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Sticky Chinese Style Pork

As a nutritionist, I hear a lot of myths about food. One thing I hear time and again is that pork is ‘bad’ for you. Sure, eating bacon for every meal, every day isn’t going to set you on the path to great health, but lean pork is actually an incredible protein option....

Miso Glazed Salmon

The salty, savoury flavor of miso instantly takes me to Japan, even if I’m doing nothing more exotic than sitting at my dining room table with my family. I love this meal for so many reasons: it’s quick, it’s simple, and you can adapt it in so many ways. While I don’t...

Fri-yay Tacos With Zucchini Tortillas

At the end of the working week, it’s nice to celebrate with a fun (but simple!) meal. Add plenty of vegetables – such as diced capsicum and tomato, or grilled corn – to round out this winning dish. And if you like to live it up, serve with a glass of tequila, lime,...

Beef Fillet Traybake

I love a one-tray dinner – mainly because I love cooking, but I don’t love cleaning up. I usually prepare the marinade the night before so the flavours can really soak in while I’m at work. If you like this marinade, double or triple it next time for future meals. And...

Nutty Chicken Schnitz

As an honorary Australian, I feel it’s my civic duty to eat as many macadamias as humanly possible – they are incredibly delicious and so good for you. Packed with omega-7 fatty oils and palmitoleic acid, which can curb hunger and keep you hydrated too, macadamias are...

Meatballs With Ragu And Zoodles

I love the comforting warmth of a slow-cooked ragu but if you are time poor (as I often am), it’s fine to use a good-quality bought tomato sauce instead of making your own. This version is decidedly lighter than the hearty stews a discerning nonna would make, but it...

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